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I PASSED on June 5th!

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by CrunchyLaborRN CrunchyLaborRN (Member) Member

CrunchyLaborRN specializes in OB.

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:balloons: :Melody: :biere: :smiley_aa :yeah: :w00t:

I can't believe it!!! I was sooo sure I had failed miserably in 75 questions but I have a license on the BON website!!!! Pearson still says my results are not available but I will certainly take those official results!!!!!!!:monkeydance: :monkeydance: :monkeydance: :monkeydance:

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Chaoticdreams33 has 6 years experience as a MSN, RN and specializes in Psych, substance abuse, MR-DD.

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:monkeydance: congratulations!!!!

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CONGRATULATIONS!!! :balloons: :balloons: :balloons:

Is there any advise that you can give those of us that are still in nursing school and have not taken boards yet?:o

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CrunchyLaborRN specializes in OB.

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The only advice I can give is to KNOW your material, not memorize. Because it is not a test of recall, it is a test of application and analyzation of information.

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Great advice, purp!

Know the info. Don't cram. Practice NCLEX questions from a good review book (Mosby, Kaplan, Saunders) even while in nursing school. Learn because you want to be a good nurse, not because you just want to pass an exam.

Stick to the "big ones" - ABCs, Safety, etc. Practice prioritization questions more than anything else.

AND ABOVE ALL: take a deep breath and realize it's not a mistake that you made it this far....

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